Daffodil House wins Highly Commended Award for Community Benefit at www.rics.org/uk/training-events/awards congratulations to all team members involved (listed below). Well done to Steve Bird and Howard Evans who designed the project at JH Partners.
Great to see another project mentioned in Vibe Magazine www.vibemagazine.co.uk
We are providing full mechanical and electrical design to restore this Grade I listed castle into a community and visitor attraction Centre.
Hylton Castle was awarded £2.9 million from The Heritage Lottery Fund in 2014 and works are due to complete in February 2019.
Click the below link to read Craig’s view on BIM (posted in the CIBSE Journal September 2015).
Can 2016 get any better!
We have successfully been awarded the following frameworks
The British Museum www.britishmuseum.org
Broadacres Housing Association Limited www.broadacres.org.uk
University of Sunderland – we have worked with the University for over ten years and look forward to designing more fantastic educational developments www.sunderland.ac.uk
We have two new employees who joined JH Partners in June 2015 as Junior Engineers.
We welcome on board Scott Lundy (left) who will be Electrically biased and James Kemp (right) who will be Mechanically biased at our Durham Office. Both employees have settled in well and we look forward to progressing and helping both gentlemen grow into engineers.
Link below to our press release issued last week.
You may also have seen our release in The Northern Echo and North East BDaily.
If you require further information on the works completed to date for Motel One please contact Craig Jordan or Lauren Harrison.
JH Partners entered Build Newcastle Live with a collaboration of nine North East based companies as the ‘BIM Commandos’ (from architect to contractor) to produce a level 2 BIM project by including all seven pillars.
The Build Newcastle Live challenge was to transform land along Newcastle’s Quayside, surrounded with high quality architectural development into a new and imaginative flagship project that reawakens pioneering spirit to create a new unified building facility where digital and technological innovations that can be inspired and nurtured; a destination where new ideas can be turned into new businesses, products and jobs.
Even though most of the team on #BIMCommandos are still in BIM development, the team WON the OPENBIM BUILD NEWCASTLE LIVE AWARD! This was a fantastic challenge and a great opportunity for our members of staff to be involved in such a prestigious competition.
We are pleased to announce our new appointment for Phase II – Sciences Redevelopment on behalf of University of Sunderland. J H Partners will carry out the second phase of the redevelopment for the following areas; Pasteur building (first floor) and Fleming building (ground and first floor) . The project will consist of a mixture of staff accommodation, teaching spaces together with laboratories and associated preparation and support areas.
A NEW religious, training and retreat centre is getting a complete revamp (formerly known as The Grail).
J H Partners have been directly appointed by Diocese of Westminster for Waxwell Farm redevelopment. The Grade II-listed Elizabethan building was bought in 2011 by the Diocese which, following extensive public consultation, last year submitted amended proposals to Harrow Council to modernise the complex.
We look forward to working alongside Diocese of Westminster and Camphill Architects on this residential and educational complex.
Beacon of Light is an exciting and inspiring education, training and sports facility Centre which will be built adjacent to Sunderland Aquatic Centre and the Stadium of Light.
The Centre will provide a safe, feel-good environment where young people can meet socially; to learn and take part in courses to gain skills and qualifications; and where their fascination and love of football will start them on a journey that will help them make choices to improve their lives.
The unique Centre will be the first of its kind in the UK and include engaging and interactive zones in education, health, fitness, and sport. Facilities will include a sports halls, football pitches, flexible informal learning spaces, education suites and a ‘players’ lounge’.
The Beacon of Light will be three storeys high and will celebrate the history of its city within its design.
The design is now underway and construction work will begin in late 2015, with the doors opening to the public in 2017.